Latin Heat fires up the fields

KATHERINE VEGA The newest South American rugby league team, Latin Heat, had their first game on Australian soil in the Wests Mitchelton Nines Tournament last Saturday. Robert Burgin, a freelance journalist and South American enthusiast, … [Read more...]

Rwandan Cultural Festival

KATHERINE VEGA Brisbane felt the color and happiness of Africa with the annual Rwanda cultural Festival event which this year celebrated 10 years of encounter. The Rwandan Association of Queensland Inc (RAQ) held on Sunday the 10th anniversary … [Read more...]

Colombians rally in Brisbane to stop abuse against farmers in home country

KATHERINE VEGA Hundreds of Colombian's have expressed their anger towards the unfair treatment and abuse of farmers at a public rally in Brisbane's Square. Over 200 people gathered in front of the Brisbane City Library at 10am on Saturday … [Read more...]

Colombians set to speak out in Brisbane

KATHERINE VEGA A large group of Colombians will gather in Brisbane City on Saturday to show support for farmers in their home country who have been copping abuse from local police. Event organiser Lala Mendoza said the idea of this meeting was … [Read more...]

Mercedes-Benz Fashion Festival Brisbane 2013

KATHERINE VEGA This years Spring and Summer collections will be showcased at the Mercedes-Benz Fashion Festival in Brisbane from 25-30 August. The 6 day event will showcase garments from the latest collections of Australian designers and also … [Read more...]

Jets player dies in car accident

KATHERINE VEGA Ipswich Jets football player Jaydon Adams has died after a fatal car crash at the Eight Mile intersection near Warwick. According to police an unidentified woman also passed away in the collision. The driver of the other car … [Read more...]

Australian monk keeps silent after sex scandal

KATHERINE VEGA Two Australian monks have been accused of sexual and physical abuse of scholars at Catholic boarding school in Scotland. Father Denis Alexander, who has been stripped of his priestly activities, is under investigation by police … [Read more...]

Sharks drug investigation heightens

KATHERINE VEGA The Cronulla Sharks reputation has been put on the line again with a further nine cases of illegal drug use among key players this year. The Australian Sports Anti-Doping Authority (ASADA) found more than 30 cases of positive … [Read more...]